Here is a list of must-try street foods that define the food culture of Mumbai
You will find a Gola or the ice popsicles vendor in every nook and corner of the city during the summers, giving you a number of choices in flavours such as rose, raw mango, kala khatta (black jamun) etc.
There is nothing like street side sandwiches in Mumbai. The vendors don't hesitate to experiment with ingredients giving it a unique taste and style. Every bite will give u a blast of flavours. Truly, there is no other sandwiches quite like these in the world.
Pav bhaji is one dish that no Mumbaikar can resist. It is a spicy blend of vegetables in tomato gravy served with pav that is cooked with LOTS of love and butter. Which makes it top on my list of must-try eateries of Mumbai.
Best Pav Bhaji : Sardar's, 166-A Tardeo Road Junction, Tulsiwadi, near Tardeo bus depot, 5min walk from CST.
These tiny crisp fried puris filled with potatoes and lentils dunked into the sweet and sour tamarind sauce and mint water leaves you feeling refreshed and craving for more!
Best Pani Puri : Elco Pani Puri Centre, 2/A Elco Market, 46 Hill Rd, Bandra West.
One of the most popular grab-and-go snacks of Mumbai include Vada pavs. Deep fried vada sandwiched between a bread bun is Mumbaikar's first love in evening snacks.
Best Vada Pav : Kunj vihar, Prabha Devi Bhavan,, Station Road, Thane West, Thane, Mumbai.
Tikka rolls are meat and chopped onions wrapped in steaming hot roomali roti. Mouth watering kebabs served on the side of the streets of Mumbai never fails to attract people who are passing by these stalls.
Best kebabs and tikka rolls : Bademiya, Tulloch Rd, Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai.
Who wouldn't love a deep fried pastry cone filled with spicy mixture of potatoes and peas, served piping hot with a nice glass of hot tea?
Best samosas : Guru Kripa, behind SIES college, Sion west, Mumbai
Craving for something cold and refreshing? Falooda is the most popular dessert/drink for you.
Best Falooda : 152/156, Umrigar Building, Opposite Crawford Market, Lokmanya Tilak Marg, Mumbai.
Bhel puri is one of the most common all day snack. It is a mixture of several ingredients such as puffed rice, chopped onions and tomatoes, sweet and sour tamarind sauce and hot and spicy chilly sauce.
Typically from Pune, you can have it in anytime of the day. Spicy-tangy gravy topped with a mixture of chivda and farsan and chopped onions served with bread buns. This combination is sure to leave your mouth watering!